DN Roundtable: Best 2012 non-SEC games 

July, 25, 2012
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With SEC Media Days in the rearview mirror and ACC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 all having their media days this week, it seemed a good idea to poke our heads out of the South and look at the rest of the football landscape. Occasionally, important football is played by non-SEC teams, and this season should include some doozies. With that in mind, our DawgNation Roundtable discussion question for this week is:

“What non-SEC contest tops your list of must-see games this season?”

David Ching: Oregon's visit to USC on Nov. 3 is one of the biggest games in any conference this season. Georgia's fairly easy schedule is catching its share of criticism, but USC's is a joke. Aside from a visit to Stanford in mid-September, there is nothing on the Trojans' slate that should concern them until Oregon's high-octane offense arrives in Los Angeles for Game 9. If the Ducks can't knock off USC, I expect the Trojans to reach the BCS Championship Game -- possibly as an undefeated team.
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